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    Crowds, jockeys and trainers at the Lincoln Handicap race.

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    Unissued / unused material.

    Horse racing - Lincoln handicap, Lincolnshire.

    Various shots crowds around bookies at race course; men studying race-cards and newspapers. L/S crowds and horses being led around Paddock. M/S 2 women wearing fur coats. More shots crowds. Various C/Us bookies shouting odds and tick-tack men giving signals. C/U bookies' board. C/U money in bookies' bag, pan away to bookie shouting. Various shots women in crowd.

    C/U horse passing camera. Various shots jockeys coming out of dressing room and into paddock. C/U elderly spectator, pan to bookmaker handing money horse. L/S horses being led around paddock and passed crowds. C/U bookmaker shouting odds. C/U tote book.

    L/S horses in paddock. M/S horse being saddled. Various shots start of race. M/S racehorse trainer (of "Fair Judgement") Jack Jarvis holding Lincoln Handicap trophy. C/U trophy, pan up to Mr. D. Gordon, owner of "Fair Judgement". Various shots Harry Wragg and daughter. C/U jockey Gordon Richards. M/S Jarvis with Gordon with trophy. C/U cup. M/S jockey K. Gethin with with two other people. C/U Gethin. General view crowds walking about.

    C/Us Tom Williams, Minister of Agriculture. C/Us jockey J. Sime, with others. M/S people going into jockeys' dressing room. M/S jockey Charlie Smirke chatting. M/S unidentified jockey chatting with another. C/U Edgar Britt chatting with another. C/U Rae Johnstone arriving. C/U other jockeys arriving. C/U Sime chatting to another man. C/U ditto, pan to another man. C/U two jockeys and another man. C/U tick-tack man giving signals. Date on old record is 21/03/1949. Item is cuts from newsreel story in Gazette issue 49/24.

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:28:00 / 01:06:29:00
    UN 2080 E

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